C1 Transformation Watch

Coolraj
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if f(x) = x2
what happens to the graph
i)-f(x)
ii)f(-x)
tnx in advance
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a) All coordinates y coordinates will be a minus the original y coordinate. -- Its reflected in the y axis

b) all the x coordinates will be multiplied by 1/-1 = -1 so all the x coordinates will now be a minus of the original x coordinate. - its reflected in the x axis
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Is it not reflection in Y axis?

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cool... thats what i had in mind but had to make sure its correct! tnx insparato!
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No problem Coolraj.
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